Wednesday, August 12, 2009


From MSNBC's FirstRead (second to last entry):

"*** 'Disrupting for the sake of disrupting': Cardin spokeswoman Sue Walitsky noted that there has been an uptick in the vocal opposition in the past couple of weeks. She said two weeks ago, the senator held a town hall in Prince George's County that she described as a "tough night, but respectful." But now, she said, the rhetoric has been stepped up and some folks are "disrupting for the sake of disrupting." It's what happened Monday night at a town hall at Towson University, outside Baltimore. Some have even sent e-mails to the local Hagerstown newspaper, Walitsky said, claiming to be from Cardin's office and giving wrong information about the event -- either that it had been canceled or moved or changed times. Cardin's office found out about them only when the paper would call their office to try and verify the fake emails. "There is a more deliberate campaign than coordinated," Walitsky said."

So...there's an 'uptick' in vocal opposition and some people are 'disrupting for the sake of disrupting'. And this change is just within the past couple of weeks.

Hmmm...I can't imagine who has been called to mobilize lately...

Now why, do you think, would conservatives send out emails to conservatives trying to keep them from attending a town hall? Because, after all, when we are talking about 'Angry Mobs', of course we are talking about those crazy conservatives!

What other mobs could there be?

I suppose we should just take this and be grateful for it (emphasis mine):

"*** The sign war: By the way, for those wondering, it was a peaceful demonstration on the outside with the pro- and anti-side split about evenly. Interestingly, the PRO-Obama side had more pre-printed signs and we saw evidence of NEA, SEIU, and AFL-CIO organizing. On the anti-side, everything was handmade with many folks telling us they received an email from a friend or friend of a friend to show up."

'Interestingly', indeed...seems the pro-'s are really Pro's, huh?

Our stimulus dollars at work!

No comments:

Post a Comment